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Hawaiian Humane Society once protected women, kids


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 18, 2014

~~<p>Many organizations in Hawaii have shifted their missions dramatically since they were founded. The YMCA, for instance, thought Hawaii was too hot for serious exercise until its third decade.</p>
<p>Palama Settlement was a chapel of Kaumakapili church until the Chinatown fire of 1900, when it became a refuge for the newly homeless and a social service agency.</p>
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Many organizations in Hawaii have shifted their missions dramatically since they were founded. The YMCA, for instance, thought Hawaii was too hot for serious exercise until its third decade.

Palama Settlement was a chapel of Kaumakapili church until the Chinatown fire of 1900, when it became a refuge for the newly homeless and a social service agency. Login for more...



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